Disney Cruise Line and Its Ports of Call LIVE! Guidebook

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For Your Carry-On

   PassPorter, cruise documentation, ground/air confirmations, passports or other compliant travel documents, and a pen/pencil!

   Camera and/or camcorder, along with film/memory cards/tapes and batteries

   Any prescription medicines, important toiletries, sunblock, sunglasses, hats

   Change of clothes, including swimwear and dress clothes for dinner

   Snacks, water bottle, juice boxes, gum, books, toys, games

   Beverages (no beverages allowed in checked luggage)

   PassHolder Pouch for passports, IDs, cash, etc. (see http://www.passporter.com)

Remember to not pack any sharp or potentially dangerous items in your carry-on.

For Families

   Snacks and juice boxes

   Books, toys, and games

   Familiar items from home

   Fully stocked diaper bag

   Stroller and accessories

   Autograph books and fat pens

For Couples

   Champagne for your send-off

   Wine or beer

   Portable CD player, speakers, and CDs

   Good beach novels

   Massage oil

For Connected Travelers

   iPad/iTouch/iPod/MP3 player

   Laptop and cables

   Chargers

   GPS system or compass

   Security cable with lock

   Cell phones and/or two-way radios

For Heat-Sensitive Travelers

   Personal fan/water misters

   Loose, breezy clothing

   Hats with wide brims

   Elastics to keep long hair off neck

   Sweatbands

Everyone Should Consider

   Penlight or flashlight (for reading/writing in dark places)

   Battery-operated alarm with illuminated face and nightlight (or just open the closet)

   Earplugs, sound machine, or white-noise generator (for noisy staterooms)

   Water bottles

   Plastic storage bags that seal (large and small) and plastic cutlery for snacks

   Address book, envelopes, and stamps (with numeric denominations)

   Laundry detergent/tablets, dryer sheets, stain stick, and wrinkle remover

   Binoculars and a soft-sided, insulated tote for going ashore

    Currency exchange calculator or card (if you’ll be doing a lot of shopping)

    Collapsible bag or suitcase inside another suitcase to hold souvenirs on your return

   Small bills and coins for tipping

   Photo mailers or large envelope with cardboard inserts (for safeguarding photos)

   Highlighters (multiple colors for each person to mark activities in your Personal Navigator)

   Closet organizer (the kind used to hold shoes—must be hung in closet, not on doors)

   Sticky notes (to leave your cabinmates messages)

   Plenty of batteries (and don’t forget the charger if you’re using rechargeables)

   Something to carry your small items, such as a PassHolder Pouch or evening bag

Your Personal Packing List

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